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Acer Chromebook C720P-2600

Acer Chromebook C720P
The ubiquity of Internet access, along with the increasing reliability and decreasing cost of online storage, means that you won't necessarily need to give up too much to replace your current Web-browsing laptop or desktop with a Chrome OS system like the Acer Chromebook C720P-2600. It adds a 10-point touch screen, double the SSD-based storage, and updated styling.
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Dell XPS 11

Dell XPS 11
The Dell XPS 11 convertible ultrabook/tablet comes with an incredibly high-resolution screen and a lovely carbon fiber chassis, but a couple of large flaws keep it from outrunning the pack.
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Gigabyte U24T-CF1

Gigabyte U24T
With the Gigabyte U24T-CF1 ultrabook you get Intel's latest processor technology, solid-state and traditional storage drives, and game-worthy graphics in a slim 14-inch ultrabook form factor. There's nothing particularly special about the U24T's design, and its 10-point touch screen, while responsive, tops out at a measly 1,366 by 768 pixels.
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HP ZBook 15

HP Zbook 15
The HP ZBook 15 is a potent mobile workstation, offering top-notch processing power, ISV Certified graphics, and industrial-grade durability. If you and your company are in the market for a mobile workstation, the ZBook 15 is definitely worth considering.
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Lenovo ThinkPad X240

Lenovo X240
The all-new Lenovo ThinkPad X240 is a lightweight business-oriented laptop that delivers extremely long battery life, decent performance and a touch screen display. For business-use, the design is absolutely perfect but it does have a lower than average screen resolution.
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Toshiba Tecra Z40-A1401

Toshiba Tecra Z40
The Toshiba Tecra-Z40-A1401 blends in pretty well with the rest of the high-end ultraportable laptops currently on the market. It has a fast, fourth-gen Intel Core i5 CPU, a sturdy frame that's still relatively light and even some unique security features. However, it has very few advantages over its similarly priced rivals, as well as some notable disadvantages.
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